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On this morning's Keyshawn, JWill & Max, college football analyst Paul Finebaum challenged Keyshawn Johnson to name the next job Urban Meyer would take. And he didn't have a crazy answer, which caught Paul off guard...
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CDawson25 months
Meyer has proven he wants no longer wants any part of the SEC. Therefore, Texas is out.
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Lcguy25 months
Agreed, he's scared of the sec
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bdavids0925 months
If Petrino was able to coach again then Urban is not done. Now maybe not a big school like texas but middle power 5 I could see happening.
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CDawson25 months
Guys got 3 natties. Just about any "big school" would take him in a heartbeat. He is a HR hire on the college level.
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Fightin Okra25 months
Not sure why anyone would hire him.
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atltiger648725 months
I think Urban may be done. Tons of baggage, and the recent disaster with the Jags was the icing on the cake.
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Shaq4prez25 months
He is beyond done. I fully endorse him to be HC at any school LSU can potentially play.
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MJackson25 months
he's only done if he desires to be done. I'd be willing to bet a dozen or 2 schools (mostly middle of the pack pac-12 + big 12, and lower echelon SEC + Big 10) would be willing to give him a chance to make some noise and be relevant for a few years what's the worst that could happen to a school like Illinois/Kansas/Minnesota/Cal/Arizona/etc? they remain in their mediocre ways? the upside? create a TON of havoc by upsetting a team w/ conference or nat'l title hopes, or better yet, go to consecutive bowl games, create buzz, generate hype/money for the school, etc as a Michigan fan, his off the field stuff is damning, and has been known for YEARS before last year, but his record and on-field success is incredible. and I'd be willing to bet several schools would love to taste some success
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Tigers4Lyfe25 months
College isn't Pro.
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